In this article we are going to cover topics like Firefox installation, uninstall and update.We will also discuss what kind of problems we can get during mentioned processes.At the time of writing this article latest stable release of Firefox was 59.0.2.Change your directory to home Updating firefox can be done either from browser itself or by reinstalling manually a newer version.To get packages that are only half-finished: Please wait until the Ubuntu Mozilla Team make a stable version of Firefox available for your release.If you can't wait and want to use a Mozilla build of Firefox, see the guide for installing Mozilla builds.You can do that by typing the following command in the terminal: If this doesn’t help as well, reboot your machine and start from scratch.While updating Firefox to a newer version you can get problems related to your profile.
You can create icon on your Desktop which will open this file for more convenience.
To install Firefox using yum, you can type the following command in the terminal: This command will install Firefox 52.7.2.
If you want to install latest version of Firefox, you need to do it manually as described in apt section above.
But I don't know how to update my Firefox browser without Update link in Help- Ubuntu should have an updater (don't remember exact name) that checks for and asks you about installing (or optionally automatically installs) newer packages/software.
You could try updating your distro (canonical) version of Firefox but IIRC the version of Ubuntu you appear to be on 8.04 LTS (Lucid) may not offer official upgrades of Firefox (or presumably other software such as Open Office/Libre Office).